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"Success seems to be
people keep moving.
mistakes hut they
( 'onrad Hilton
Officer Mitchell, Campus Police
Officer, on patrol during a quiet
night on campus.
Christina Landeta walks to class
through the Quad on a beautiful
fall dav in the Berkshires.
I he shuttle offers students
transportation to the Berkshire
Mall, \\ .il Marl and many othei
destinations in town
Who's got spirit?
Right: Rebecca Relyea, Heather
Davis, Corrinn Shogry, and Jake
Stapleton show their full support
at a basketball game.
memory of the year
would have to be
playing football on
the back lawn with
the rest of
''My best memory
is always being
asked by Faculty
and Staff members
to become a
Now here I am...."
Scott Greenberg is trying to get the
crowd jumping at the hypnotist.
Rachel DeSautels, Karri Schnoger,
Samantha Morrissey, and Ryan
Kelly relax on one of MCLA's few
Tabatha Beshears attempts to take
on two faculty members during
December's Faculty v. Student
Basketball game put on by mem-
bers of the R.P.S staff.
Taking a look back at the year on the MCLA campus
African American Studies Club presi-
dent Carla DeBrito speaks at one of the
mam successful Poetic Cypha's that
AASC put on throughout the year
It shows that utilizing the library 's
sources is quite easj as Nathaniel I lusse)
studies tor an upcoming exam.
Alex Shultz has a good time celebrating
Nate Muir is enjoying one of \ '
Poeti< c \ pha's
"Success is awarded to those who dream of
endless possibilities. Who through determina-
tion and perseverance continue climbing moun-
tains and following rainbows. The struggles which
we endure, the battles in which we engage, and
the conflicts in which we encounter help us gain;
a better perspective of life. It is the benefit of these
experiences that give our life meaning/ 7
Senior Bengey Asse smiles for the
camera with Ashlev Green.
Ryan Hanley stole the lead as
Robin in the FPA Fall production:
Senior Katie Johnson has left her
mark on the campus with her
talent and inspiration for aspiring
\im t esai io is shown here ilm ing
c on\ oi ation l Hnnei before
mingling *\ ith her ad\ isees
Kristen Hurlej and Mike Gentile
minx theii l-isi yeai In the s >. • \
r-| Favorite memory at MCL A
"Dont cry because
it's over, smile
"Being a member of
Dance Company, and
being a student here first
semester of fall 2004."
II smiles; Rich Thomas enjoys a
ick bite to eat.
Dori Wark catches a tree moment
to take a picture.
Danielle Barboza and Jessica
Wenig enjoy a dinner out with
l eft \i<iiw
Sail) Silveria is read) foi .1 night ol While hanging out b) SGA'awin
duty at Hoosa( ll-ill ter carnival bonfire these seniors
h.iv e .1 good tune
Anthony Dedrick Jr.
Class of 2006
Favorite place on campus
memories to last
"The quad on a
nice day, espe-
classes out there.'
I fee fin Lee
I li/hvth I i-w is
Man 1 ovelj
I i-.i \lamolito
I ori Mi Kenzie
I ohm Modon
Vanessa Men ado
Benjamin M« t.
I.ii.i Mo) na
Sara t. )akes
-| Favorite North Adams eatery: [■
has been a
"home" to many
years. What will
you miss when
Class of 200
Douglas W ilder
Kristen I lurlej
seen here dri\ ing
the \K I \ van
on .1 R \ trip
The great use of life is to spend it for something
that will outlast it." - William James
Top left: Misty Keyes tables for the Center for Service. Seconc
down: Ryan Hanley Issac Sussman, Erin Good, and Kati(
Toohil are all dolled up for the fall play: Robin Hood. Thirc
down: Members of the Pines sorority get together to show true
sisterhood. Bottom left: James Gaffga and Alex Bailey ge
together to show support for Hoosac Hall.
Matt Dunne takes a break from all
of his work to flash us a quick
P.im Klotz and Adrienne
Fitzgerald show us their dre-.se-
from a RA fashion show during
STARS members come together to
smile at a Mocktails event.
fhese three ladies are seen belting Students enjo) .1 round ol mini
out tunes at •< karoke e\ ent goll In the quad
Student Government Associatior
Top left: Annie Ruvolo,
Anne Kirkpatrick, Celia
Norcross, and Kristen
Hurley pause before a
S.G.A meeting for a quick
Top right: Senators Sarah
Russell and Amanda
Boudreault flash their
smiles right after a
Middle left: Kara Tajima,
and Jessica Wenig both
senators for SGA.
Bottom left: Rian
Rabideau serves up some
chowder for Kristen
Hurley and Anne
Kirkpatrick at this year's
Bottom right: Mike
Gentile and Celia
Norcross smile wide
during a E-board meeting.
Senator Tabatha Beshears
Trustee Daniel Summers
Parlimentarian [fall 2005]
Senator James Fitch
Senator Max Drawert
2005 - 2006
December 14, 2005
Midnight Madness Faculty v. Student
ttober is, 2005 Basketball
December 1, 2005
ebnumi 20 - 24th 2006
February 11, 2006.
!i i. in \ Maureen C herry,
irlimentarian [Spring of 20061
u ten |oyner, and Public
stations chair Jessica Sokol get
igether to discuss the agenda.
elping hands: Marcelle Bastille,
id i atie I .K hapelle i an be seen
ound i ampus at numerous
imiIs in either lend a hand, oi
ippoi i other groups.
Back row: Amanda Missel, Lori Mackenzie, Ryan Bissonette [efl Culligan Mike
Douglass, i arissa I verett, Melanie c arvalho, and advisot [en Augur Front Row:
Callie Smith, Courtne) 1 LeweUyn, Don Wark, fenn Dermandy, Kan rajima
Back row: Christine DiPaulo, Brian Millet Nicholas Barnes Hayle) rraanoi Ma*
Clark. Middle row: (Crystal Grou \mandaTowne Michelle Bushee \nn i>
ressiei I rontrow:AmandaMisseU,KarieDaniels,< arissa I verett i hristine Robichard
( iii isti.ni i ellowship
iij.k row .' Middia !.•«•
1 1. >ni row
Right: Krista Roche, and Marisa Parker
share a piece of writing at a Poetic Cypha
Below: Jen Vohs and Maureen Cherry
enjoy all the free samplings at SAC's fam-
Clubs & Organizations
Back Row: Misty Keyes, Theresa Radley, Christen Sempell, Sarah
Mcnamara, Steve Hamilton, Christopher Rodick, Joey Defreese, Emily
Sigler. Middle Row: Tiffany Greenly, Nikita Kirchner-Bean, James
Fitch, Juliana Mazza, Rebecca Relyea, Kathleen Jackson. Bottom Row:
Megan Markland, Christy Vlach, Valerie Hill
Political Science Club
Back Row: Brian Miller, Nate Muir, Jessica Sokol, Kevin Sul
Bottom Row: Matthew Nieves, Eric "Max" Drawert, Peter Fitzge
■ it i^^n 9^^^^^^^^^P
one ciud qt a Time
Students enjo) a luni h in On theii way oul ol .» meel
the ( entennial Room ing, these girls take •> mo
menl tobe< aptured on tilm
Back Row: Christopher Rodick, Michelle Hansen,
Fred Karl, Jennifer Vohs, Sally Silveria. Front Row:
Courtney Shea, Julie Rier, Julie Jordan, Corrinn
Sigma Gamma Phi
Back row: Sarah Carol, Melanie Somes, Kristin
Whitney, Heather Davis, Emily Sigler, Stephanie
Romig, Amanda Boudreault. Front Row: Sarah Flint,
Kate Augustine, Suzanne Altmen, Maggie Mango
Back Row: Troy Gardner,Mike Harrington, Daniel
Townsend Front Row: Celeste Roeller, Rachel Dayton
Theresa Radley is the Special
Events chair of SAC and can con-
stantly be found planning a lot of
fun activities for the campus.
Jen Bo and Heather Harris serve
up cotton candy at SAC's welcome
patiently for the
SAC meeting to
ke\ in Lyons are
dressed to pump
up the corwd at
>>w: Ben Lamb,
i Matt Dunne
I off their bobb
>i frames from
1 's Welcome
I .it let t: 1 he members of S u show
then goof) side foi .1 group photo
l eft s h.n ke\ •. is ,iU\ ,i\ s .i\ ailable
foi students to pla) .1 variety of
game-, watch movies and televi
sion 01 it can be a fun place to just
Below left: Julia Simpson and Katie
VinAnden share a quick smile with us
before heading to a basketball game.
Right: Adrienne Fitzgerald, and Jen Rosen
are all smiles before watching a
Clubs & Organizations
Multi-Cultural Student Society
Back row: Christina Landeta, Courtney Shea.
Front row: Latoya Jones, Miranda Brown.
First row: Omar Leonard, Jessica Manna
Above: These students went in killer
costumes to Monster Mash as the villians
Left: Students get the chance to dance the
night away at Monster Mash.
Below: Stefani Veratti, Michelle
Hansen, and Bria Wilbur enjoy snac ks
and share stories at Hoosac Hall's
Welcome Back Fest.
Far I ett: Students love to hang
out in the I [arbor espe< tally
w Inn then- i^ ,i s\l (. omed)
Stop e\ ent.
I ett: Ke\ in I teSantis o,.iin
bling at t lu- \\ el< ome w eek
c asino Night
Top row: Emily Sigler, Joey Defreese, Meghan Rogers, Kathy Monteiro,
James Farrington, Maureen Cherry, Megan McClain, Ashley Ewick,
Kristen Hurley, Heather Davis, Heather Harris. Middle row: Tabatha
Beshears, Sally Silveria, Becky Reylea, Corrinn Shogry, Michelle Hansen,
Pam Klotz, Courtney Parker. Bottom row: Adrienne Fitzgerald, Rian
Rabideau, Mallary Mello, Jake Stapledon
Faculty & Staff
Forever paving the roads for the future.
Some of the lovely ladies of the third floor of the Campus Center,
starting from top left: Diane Collins, Judy Ozolins, Charlotte
Degen, Theresa O'Bryant & Annie Ruvolo
Professors are always seen
milling about the campus prepar-
ing for their classes.
The Facilities Staff I earn from
Hoosac Hall: Chit Copeland,
Nettie Joy & Julie Hebert.
Beth Petri, Director of Financial
Aid, i>. always ready to help
Denise Richardello and lo-.li
Mend. ill are aeen here meeting In
the I Idridge hall conference room
Steve Green is caught on film in
his office working on Important
V .uKmhk ad\ am ements
Faculty, Staff & Administration
p is for faculty
Far Left: John
Lopes can be
with students in
Left: Members of
the faculty gather
in a conference
room in Eldridge
Gazzillo is seen
here working on
releases for the
Left: Faculty lunch hour is a great time to connect with col- Above: Stan Spiewak and \nd\ Mitchell let loose at theRA Bowling night.
Dear Members of the Class of 2006:
I would like to offer mv most sincere congratulations on your graduation
from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts I his is an extreme!) special
class for me - especially those of you who have been here for the past
lour years because we started our journe) at MCI A together. I began mv
tenure as president in September 2002. the same year main of you were
coming to campus tor the first time as freshmen.
Whether you have hecn here for lour yean or one. earning a
baccalaureate or master's degree is .1 significant accomplishment of
which you should be extreme!) proud; I know that we are all ver\ proud
of you! I can also assure you thai youi degree from MCI A will serve >ou
well as vou continue on in your pursuits throughout youi lives
As vou look hack on your college career, vou will cherish the bonds vou
have created with faculty, staff and classmates main of these wonderful
friendships that will Bta) with you foievci Please keep us informed of
your activities and accomplishments as I know there will be man) Ks
alumni vou w ill he out best examples of success and w ill save .is
important role models foi future students. Please stay in touch, ami visit
Since 1 became president fout years ago, we have accomplished a great
deal .11 \u I \ ( >ne iiimg is certain; none of it would he possible without
all of VOU I am so pleased w c have taken this loumev together, and that I
have come to know so mam of you personally For me, it will be
bittersweet to see vou all go, Inn I lake comfort in knowing thai vou .lie
oil to accomplish even more Besi wishes foi mhu> good health and
happiness, and I look forward U) calling vou fellow alumni
Mary K Grant, Ph D
"Sports do not build character, they reveal it.
- John Wooden
Above: Sara Miller, Taylor Kenyon, Rachel Desautels, Samantha
Morrisey, Danielle Weber, Christina Murray, Karri Schnoger, and Ryan
Kelly show their fan support.
Top left: Meghan Coakley shows young girls the drills involved with
playing soccer. Second down: Gian Franco Bravo power kicks the ball
down the field. Third down: Danielle Tyer shows the crowd a nice jump
shot. Bottom Left: Set up for a good return Annie Desire, Carolyn
Golden, and Felicia Yuzenko wait for the opposing team to serve.
Varsity Division III
Just playing the game.
Adam Garner gets
ready to steal the ball
from the opposing team.
"Winning takes talent, to repeat
takes character," John Wooden
At Left: Members of the Men's
soccer team share their victory at
this years Olimpiad competition.
Sharing their talent
Below: Student athletes from all dif-
ferent teams were up at the break of
dawn on January 21st preparing lor
a morning filled with young female
athletes from around the town. Al-
ter spending the morning teaching
skills, the athletes brought the chil-
dren to the Women's and Men's bas-
llusNK i Igolfei winds up for a Members of the cheerleading team
powerful swing. sit during the Olimpiad tourna
men) aw ating to heai w ho ia oi^
Back row: Coach Deb Raber, Kristean Kissel, Taylor Kenyon, Sarah Miller, Christine Barna, Ryar
Kelly, Samantha Morrissey. Middle row: Stephanie Walker, Danielle Weber, Meghan Coakley
Katelyn Taxiera, Katelin Lorenz, Lisa Merrill, Christina Murray. Bottom row: Michelle MacDonald
Kristen Lewis, Jen Rafterty, Rachel DeSautels, Karri Schnoger, Sandra Sheridan.
Back row: Adam Tomich, Edwin Escobar, Brian Szabo, Edward Hammond, David Corral, Mike
Giovine, Zach Natale, Sebastian Perez-Lawrence, Jason Mlodzianowski, Camilo Bermudez,
Head Coach Shewcraft. Bottom Row: Raul Escobar,Gianfranco Bravo, David Ewell, Joe Erwin,
Chris Whalen, Brendan McCarthy, Ciaran Cullen, Marc Capaldo, Kyle Righi, Marcel Pierre-
Louis,Chris Russo, Kyle Love.
Spring '05 Season
Back row: Edward Richards, Patric k Barnes, Paul McManus, Andrew * iaines, Ryan Bridegroom,
( or) Burtman, Matthew Burke, Steven Sullivan,Mat1 Murphy> fames Pesente, Anthonj Bruno
Nick Randall, Steven I )eSantis. Middle row: Darren Jefferson, tathon) Russo, Seamus Morrison,
Ru k\ Roberts, Bob I lowland, ( iary I Ik ks
Back row: Danielle Weber, Kristean Kissel, Danielle Tyer, Kristen Lewis, Assistant coach Betsey
Willis, Coach Holly McGovern. Bottom row: Jackie Bailor, Dianna Blanchard, Taylor Kenyon,
Rachel DeSaultels, Jakia Hall.
Back row: Assistant coach Andrew Santandera, Robert Malloy, Bran-
don Pender, Steve Abeillie, Henry Schrader, Chris Voght, Mike Callahan,
Coach Devin Gotham. Front row: J. P. Quintal, Brian Phillips,Mike
Harmon, Thad Broughton, Adam Garner.
Spring '05 Season
dub sports inaction
Mkido Club-Bowling Club-Boxing Club-Cheerleading-Dance Company-
datari-Lacrosse-Women's Rugby-Ski Club-Outdoor Trailblazers-Volleyball
The men's soccer team huddles Fundamentals mean everything:
together during half time to go Meghan Coakley demonstrates
over plays for the next half. how to dribble a ball.
What was your
from the season?
I "Singing on the long bus trips home to
keep our spitits high." -Rachel Desautels
and Samantha Morrissey.
Thad Broughy is seen here with
Coach Gotham after he reached
1000 points in his three years of
Ladies of the Softball team show
us their guns.
Above left: Tavlor Kenvon and
Rachel Desautels show youngsters
the meaning of teamwork. Above:
Christina Murray and Lisa Merrill
are shown with their trophv from
the Olimpiad competition.
Far left: This golfer sure knows
how to swing. With a powerful hit
he sends the ball way down the
green. Left: These tennis players
are ready for their serve to be re-
Peer advisors Kara
Perry and BiL Callahan
take a break from their
Students take a break
from the festivities at
this years' Midnight
Madness to take a
A kiss shared between
Celia Norcross is seen
here re-living the 80's.
Get Tough! Pam Klotz
and Public Safety
Officer Andy Mitchell
show the campus they
do not mess around.